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a senior moment. >> thank you, yeah. >> it is very impressive. >> thank you. >> i would like to have steve ruehl come up and give our construction update. >>> good morning, commissioners. steve ruehl with turner construction providing construction oversight. it's been three months since we last spoke. a lot has changed. see if we can get to the first slide. there we go. good news is, there were no recordable incidents, no near-miss, no sitting even first aid events in the last couple months. that is great, considering the number of craft hours. we are up over 430,000 total craft hours after demolition since the transbay center work has begun. that equates between 220 and 230 workers on site every day, five days a week. some of those are extra shifts around the clock but that is what we are averaging right now. it's a lot of people out there. they are doing a great job keeping things under control. the bse contractor, the excavation contractor doing the buttress work completed 128 buttresses through the end of august. that is, what, about 36 more than from the last time we presented. in fac
and settle all claims except one claim of course, and i'm happy to say that steve tabor, horoshi, calvin welsh and jim miller will part pate because i think we can help them understand some of the things they do not. on the bad side, i note on the examiner today, bliet promoted a historic church and despite everything that the officials heard from you all, you know, despite the gospel of property management from commissioner borden and despite prospero before he retired and commissioner antonini taking over the seat of mr. peters and making it clear the steps that were needed and not done, the situation is to promote the conditional use appeal that the developer's attempt, although a subtle letter next time, the message is clear, so my message is we have here a commission, we have a department director and a minute ago, we had a deputy city attorney and i think that the time is long past to ask the city attorney to take the steps that you normally take in this kind of situation -- oh, she is still here -- that you have the city attorney initiate actions towards court orders, fines and co
: any questions of steve? party bus. are they parking in front and unloading in front to go to atmosphere? >> they are still prohibited from stopping based on the no parking zones. they still try to come through but a lot of times they have to go down the street to drop off and pick up. >> some of the officers have left the area to hit the hot spots. are there still officers there to move those buses so it does not get impacted? >> we have that and traffic officers when they can dedicate those, they're very, very effective. -- the operators don't want to get a ticket from the solos, there will have to go to court and it will be a point against the driver's license. president newlin: any questions? seeing none, is there anyone who would like to address this? >> in support again, i have been to broadway studios as their guest, it is a fantastic place to be and i have never seen any issues in the venue. i would request that you support their place of entertainment permit. thank you. president newlin: thank you. >> good evening. one thing i will say, carl and francesca have seen
states well-known port trees center. recent luminaries have included david meltzer, steve dixon, and jack hirsch man. >> you can black as out of the press, blog and arrest us, tear gas, mace, and shoot us, as we know very well, you will, but this time we're not turning back. we know you are finished. desperate, near the end. hysterical in your flabbergastlyness. amen. >> after the readings, the crowd headed to a reception upstairs by wandering through the other gallery rooms in the historic home. the third floor is not usually reserved for just parties, however. it is the stage for live performances. ♪ under the guidance of musical curators, these three, meridian has maintained a strong commitment to new music, compositions that are innovative, experimental, and sometimes challenging. sound art is an artistic and event that usually receives short shrift from most galleries because san francisco is musicians have responded by showing strong support for the programming. ♪
. i purchased the property there in 2004, and i remember in 2006 when mr. steve webber came before the commission making very, very similar promises. and i can tell you that in fall of 2008, my life at home was nothing short of a living hell. i mean, there was base, constant base thursday, friday, saturday night every single week and i'm just trying to live my life like any other resident in san francisco. and there was nothing i could do to stop this. the police couldn't do anything. it went on and on. until finally the restaurant closed. and if this is going to be granted again, i would ask that the commission consider conditions be placed on this. conditions should be placed on the permit that prevent loud music going until the night, 1:00 a.m. i'm just asking for something reasonable here, a reasonable compromise. because i don't want to be in a situation that i was in before. and i don't think my neighbors do either. >> okay. that is understandable. sounds like it's a whole different sound system, a whole different type of music presentation. >> there is no base. it's a pian
or san francisco. we have been -- i have been working sfmta over ten years. steve bell, your real estate contract manager, we looked at stuff in south city, 245 south spruce, which the airport had a long-term lease for the expansion that didn't occur. we had to relocation from the city. dbi beverages, golden brands to some who know, to 175,000 people we couldn't find anything in san francisco that. is one of the constrictive things. the accusation by sales force is skewed. everybody looks at that and tries to comp the amount of money per square foot they paid is off the charts. i don't think it is reproducable. in daly city one of the reasons we were able to do this is that the huge development in visitacion valley, which was a redevelopment project, which is now off the table for now, i think one of the reasons we were able to acquire the leasehold there and not have any flak from daly city, planning department and supervisors in daly city is that is a dead piece of land, 20 acres that would take 10, 20 years to develop. fit was in development i think it would have been much more diffi
is here at time and a half. [ laughter ] >> good evening commissioner staff, steve mathias from mission statement. i will run down the incidents running in the central district. august 26th at 1:30 a victim said she was choked by a bouncer at club atmosphere. the victim said that -- he was handcuffed and escorted out by security and then released. so we're still looking into that. an illegal unpermitted party occurred september 9th at 3:45 a.m. police responded on report of an assault and reports of a gun. fire was called out. 200-250 people when they finally opened the door came out. i have gone to the manager who owns the building and we talked about that as far as the permit process and they said that would not happen again. september 22nd a victim had her purse stolen, total loss was about $600. september 23rd at club atmosphere, a fight broke out between patrons. there were at least three separate fights going on at this time. the fights spilled out into the alley and police were forced to deploy pepper-spray on the combatants. two brothers were arrested for being drunk in public
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